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First Lesson- High-Low filter. Straight and Boxed (Any-Order)

RTXX seems to want  to know more about pick 3 filters, so now I will tell what I would not before, for everybody to see, a little at a time, untill I have told what little I might know if anything.

First of all keep in mind that I can and will sometimes make mistakes.

Let us start with the High and Low filter for pick 3.

Low digits 0,1,2,3,4.                  High digits 5,6,7,8,9

There are all possible patterns for it:

HHH-HHL-LHH-HLH-LLL-LLH-HLL-LHL.

Now I will show with the numbers:

New Mexico Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005     6-8-5 HHH

Tue, Apr 12, 2005      5-1-3 HLL

Mon, Apr 11, 2005      4-7-9 LHH

Sat, Apr 9, 2005          9-8-9 HHH

Fri, Apr 8, 2005          7-3-3 HLL

Thu, Apr 7, 2005        2-8-8 LHH

Wed, Apr 6, 2005       1-9-7 LHH

Tue, Apr 5, 2005        1-8-0 LHL

Mon, Apr 4, 2005        7-3-0 HLL

Sat, Apr 2, 2005        6-7-5 HHH

RTXX as you can see the pick 3 High-Low patterns change most of the time on most of the pick 3 games most of the time from one draw to the "very next" draw.

This means that a High-Low pattern that came on one draw is not very likely to repeat right away on the very next draw. Also there is a chance that it might not even often come out again on the draw "after" the very next one either as shown on the above pick 3 draws.

This also means that if you are playing STRAIGHT (NOT BOXED) pick 3 that you should not often play any pick 3 numbers or combos that also have exactly the same High-Low pattern(s) as the last 1 or 2 pick 3 draws.

If this is not understood let me know so that I can try to explain it again.

Let us say that you have a list of combos like the 1000 pick 3 straight combos or some other list of straight combos, if you want to play straight and not any-order or boxed, out of that list you would not play any combos that had the same High-Low pattern as that of the last 1 or 2 draws, in other words you would filter out or eliminate those combos from play.

You would still have way too many combos or numbers left there to play, so then you would also need to use many other filters to filter out or eliminate many more of those combos.

Tue, Apr 5, 2005        1-8-0 LHL  Don't play LHL combos on  the next draw.

Mon, Apr 4, 2005        7-3-0 HLL  Don't play HLL combos on the next draw

Sat, Apr 2, 2005        6-7-5 HHH  You would not play any combos that are HHH on the next draw and maybe also on the next after that one.

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Now that was for straight combos, now The High-Low filter for Boxed or any-order combos

You will have : 4 Patterns, all high, all low, mostly high and mostly low.

HHH All High combos, LLL All Low Combos.

LHH, HLH, HHL, Mostly High Combos. HLL, LHL, LLH, Mostly Low combos.

New Mexico Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 6-8-5  all high

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 5-1-3   mostly low

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 4-7-9  mostly high

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 9-8-9    all high

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 7-3-3      mostly low

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 2-8-8    mostly high

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 1-9-7  mostly high

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 1-8-0  mostly low

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 7-3-0  mostly low

Sat, Apr 2, 2005 6-7-5  all high

As you can see for the pick 3 it does not work as well as it does for straights, because this is a MOSTLY straight filter to use.

For boxed use you would use it with the 120 boxed singles and or the 90 boxed doubles, or with any boxed combos that you might want to use them with in the same way as told above with the straights combos and filters.

If this is not understood let me know so that I can show with examples how to use it.

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Other filters next and or this one re-explained if needed next soon.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Second Lesson- Even-Odd Filter Straight and Boxed (Any-Order)

This filter is the Twin or brother (sister) of the High-Low Filter and works in the same basic way(s).

As with the High-Low filter there are also 8 Even-Odd STRAIGHT Patterns.

EEE EEO EOE OEE, OOO OOE OEO EOO AS I said before I can and do make some mistakes, you will have to fix those yourself.

Arizona Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 2-7-7 EOO

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 3-2-5 OEO

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 6-8-1 EEO

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 7-1-6 OOE

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 1-4-0 OEE

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 5-2-6 OEE

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 5-7-0 OOE

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 9-4-8 OEE

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 6-3-5 EOO

Sat, Apr 2, 2005 6-3-2 EOE

As you can see, "most of the time" the Even-Odd patterns won't repeat from one draw to the very next one so you would not play next any combos that have the same Odd-Even pattern as the one on the last draw. Often you can use the last 2 draws for this not only the very last one, but the more last draws used in this way, the riskier that it gets.

This is used in  the same way as for the High-Low filter.

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 9-4-8 OEE

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 6-3-5 EEO

Sat, Apr 2, 2005 6-3-2  EOE don't play combos with this pattern for the very next draw or next 2 draws.

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Now Boxed: 4 Patterns only.

EEE all even, OOO all odd.

EEO EOE OEE mostly even, OOE OEO EOO mostly odd.

Arizona Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 2-7-7 mostly odd

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 3-2-5  mostly odd

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 6-8-1 mostly even

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 7-1-6 mostly odd

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 1-4-0 mostly even

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 5-2-6 mostly even

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 5-7-0 mostly odd

The Odd-Even filter is a mostly straight filter so works best for straight combos and straight play.

It's used in the same way as the High-Low filter.

Any questions let me know.

More filter stuff  next later.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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Lesson 3 - High-Medium-Low filters a few variations of it that I like.

# 1: 0 1 2  Low, 3 4 5 6 Medium, 7 8 9 High.

# 2: 0 1 2 3 Low, 4 5 Medium, 6 7 8 9 High.

# 3: Lowest digit=Low, Highest digit=High, the in-between them=Medium

The patterns for #1 and # 2 of the above variations only:

LLL MMM HHH

LMM MML MLM, HMM MMH MHM

MLL LLM LML, HLL LLH LHL

LHH HHL HLH, MHH HHM HMH

LMH MLH MHL LHM HLM HML

I might have missed some patterns, I don't know, too many of them and too complicated for the # 1 and the # 2 variations.

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Patterns for the # 3 variation only:

LMH MLH MHL LHM HLM HML This or something like this, there should be only 6 patterns and it's good mostly or only for single combos or numbers, I think that this might be the best of the variations.

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Now for # 1 variation :

daho Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 8-5-7 HMH

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 6-5-0  MML

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 6-1-8 MLH

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 5-4-1    MML

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 0-6-6    LMM

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 1-6-7  LMH

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 1-0-0  LLL

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 8-0-4  HLM

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-0-3  HLM

Sat, Apr 2, 2005 8-9-4  HHM

Use in the same way as the High-Low and Even-Odd filters

Good only for straight combos (Not Boxed)

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Variation # 2

daho Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 8-5-7 HMH

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 6-5-0  HML

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 6-1-8 HLH

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 5-4-1    MML

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 0-6-6      LHH

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 1-6-7   LHH

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 1-0-0  LLL

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 8-0-4    HLM

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-0-3    HLL

Sat, Apr 2, 2005 8-9-4    HHL

Also only for straight combos and play.

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# 3 Variation:

daho Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 8-5-7 HLM

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 6-5-0  HML

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 6-1-8 HLM

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 5-4-1     HML

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 0-6-6      LHH

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 1-6-7    LMH

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 1-0-0    HLL

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 8-0-4    HLM

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-0-3    HLM

Sat, Apr 2, 2005 8-9-4
MHL

To be used only for straight play and combos as it is here on this post.

Use the same as for the High-Low filter.

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More later.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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I'm looking forward to any future lessons you can provide as well!

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Todd I am happy that you are interested in filters, yes I will post more, little by little.

Lesson 4 - Open-Closed- Straight filter -For straight plays as put here now.

Open 2 3 5

Closed 0 6 8 9

Straight 1 4 7

To be used the same as all the above filters for straight combos.

There are very many pattern combinations for it, so I won't even try to put them all here by themselves, but will show with examples some of them on past pick 3 draws.

Remember I can make mistakes in what I post, it's for you to notice them.

Minnesota Daily 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 3-3-9  OOC

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 2-2-1   OOS

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 8-3-0  COC

Sun, Apr 10, 2005 0-9-1  CCS

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 7-0-0      SCC

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 0-6-3       CCO

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 5-2-3    OOO

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 3-4-3    OSO

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 9-1-4    CSS

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 4-5-3     SOO

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Kansas Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 6-8-8      CCC

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 8-4-4      CSS

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 9-0-7      CCS

Sun, Apr 10, 2005 9-1-9      CSC

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 4-5-0          SOC

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 5-8-0           OCC

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 2-2-3        OOO

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 5-4-4        OSS

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 0-6-4        CCS

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 8-4-3        CSO

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Tennessee Cash 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 2-5-2 OOO

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 6-2-6  COO

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 7-9-6  SCC

Sun, Apr 10, 2005 6-6-7   CCS

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 7-9-2      SCO

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 8-9-3        CCO

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 8-6-5      CCO

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 0-5-8    COC

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 8-5-2      COO

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 5-7-9      OSC

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See how the patterns change most of the time from draw to draw ?

With this filter you might be able to eliminate the Open-closed-straight patterns not just from the last 1 or 2 draws but maybe from many more draws.

It is used the same as other straight patterns fiters to eliminate or filter out combos with bad patterns from the 1000 or other sources of straight combos or numbers.

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You can make your own filter charts for your own state or states that you play, it's very easy and the filters in general work on any and all pick 3 games anywhere on the world, even on computerized states, no matter how they draw the numbers, but at your request here is Texas:

I am very tired and can make mistakes, so beware.

Texas Midday Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Thu, Apr 14, 2005 2-7-3 OSO LHL EOO LHM 12 SUM 2 LDR (Last Digit Root) 3 (standard) ROOT.

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 0-3-1COS LLL  EOO LHM (Lower-Higher-Medium) 4 SUM 4 LDR 4 ROOT

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 1-8-9 SCC LHH  OEO LHH 18 SUM 8 LDR 9 ROOT

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 8-7-5 CSO HHH EOO HML 20 SUM 0 LDR 2 ROOT

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 3-0-3 OCO LLL OEO 6 SUM 6 LDR  6 ROOT

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 4-2-8  SOC LLH EEE 14 SUM 4 LDR 5 ROOT

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 9-5-7 COS HHH OOO 21 SUM 1 LDR 3 ROOT

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 5-8-5 OCO HHH OEO 18 SUM 8 LDR 9 ROOT

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 0-4-7  CSS LLH EEO 11 SUM 1 LDR 2 ROOT

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-8-6 CCC HHH OEE 23 SUM 3 LDR 5 ROOT

That was very tiring, but worth-while, as you can see now we are getting some-where.

More later.

we are here to crack the lottery games open if we can, so let's try to.

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Lesson # 5

Sums, Last Digit Roots and Roots - Many people know about them already.

They are for both, Straight and Boxed (Any-Order) combos and filtering.

And they are used in about the same way as other filters from before.

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There are 27 possible sums for the 3 digits of pick 3 games. 0 to 27

Y + Y + Y = SUMS (One or two digits from 0 to 27)

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Last Digit Roots are from 0 to 9 there are 10 of them, they are the very last digit of the sums, if the sum has only one digit then it is the LDR also.

7-3-8=18 SUM and 8 Last Digit Root.

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Roots there are 10 roots from 0 to 9, they are the sum of the sum, or if the sum has only one digit then that is also the root, like:

738=18 sum = 1+8=9 ROOT

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Texas Pick 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 6-3-7  16 SUM 6 LDR 7 ROOT

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 1-6-1    8 SUM 8 LDR 8 ROOT

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 1-1-1    3 SUM 3 LDR 3 ROOT

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 3-7-7      17 SUM 7 LDR 8 ROOT

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 9-0-8       17 SUM 7 LDR 8 ROOT

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 0-9-0      9 SUM 9 LDR  9 ROOT

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 7-9-1  17 SUM 7 LDR 8 ROOT

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 2-2-6    10 SUM 0 LDR 1 ROOT

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 9-0-2   11 SUM  1 LDR 2 ROOT

Sat, Apr 2, 2005 7-6-2    15 SUM 5 LDR 6 ROOT

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As I said they are for both Straight and Boxed filtering, you can use the last draw or last 2 draws or more, but the more last draws that you use the riskier that it gets.

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Another way of using any kind of filter is to try to predict which filter pattern or patterns will be coming out on the next draw or next few draws, you can try to filter that way also if you want to

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I don't maintain any databases any more.  I find that Lottery Post has most of what I need, so it saves me a LOT of time not having to update a bunch of databases!  But here are the last 20 High/Low data that I have for the states I was tracking.  Look at Tennessee carefully!!  That is where I and my 8 other partners made so much money.  See if you can see one of the reasons why!!

California

 HLH HHH HHH LHH LLL HHL HHL LHH HLH LHH HLL LLH HHH LLL LHL LLH LHH LLH LHL HLH

Florida:

 LHL HLH HLH HHH LLH HLL LHL HLH HLH HLL HLL HHH LHL LLH HLH LHH HLH HLL LLL HHH

Georgia:

 LHL LHL HLH HLL LHL HLH HHH LHL HHL HHL LLL LHL HLH HLL LLH LLL HLH LLH LHH HLL

PA:

 HLL HHH HLL LHL LLL LLL HHL HHH LHH LHH LHH HLH LHH HLL HLL LLH HLL LLL LLL HLL

TN:

 HHL HHL HLL LHL HLL HLL HLL HLH LHL HHH LHH LHH HHH LHL HLL HHH HLL HLL HHH HHH

Texas:

 HHH LHL HLH LLL HLH LHH LHL LHH LHH HHH HLH HLH HLH LLH LLH HHH HLH HLL HLL HHL

Here is the distribution of the 220 box numbers:

HHH  35  15.9% (Also EEE same stats)

HHL  75  34.1%  (Also EEO same stats)

HLL  75  34.1%  (Also EOO same stats)

LLL  35  15.9%  (Also OOO same stats)

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Here is a chart of what Lantern calls "last digit root".  I don't agree with the term, but that's OK!
 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 019 029 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 028 038 039 049 022 023 024 025 026 027 037 047 048 058 059 069 033 034 035 036 046 056 057 067 068 078 079 089 044 045 055 119 066 111 077 113 088 115 099 117 118 128 129 139 112 122 114 124 116 126 127 137 138 148 149 159 123 133 125 135 136 146 147 157 158 168 169 179 134 144 145 155 156 166 167 177 178 188 189 199 226 227 228 229 239 249 222 223 224 225 235 236 237 238 248 258 259 269 233 234 244 245 246 247 257 267 268 278 279 289 299 335 255 256 266 339 277 359 288 333 334 344 336 337 338 348 349 368 369 379 389 399 345 346 347 357 358 377 378 388 479 489 444 355 356 366 367 449 459 469 488 579 499 445 446 447 448 458 468 478 569 588 589 599 455 456 457 467 477 559 578 669 679 689 699 555 466 557 558 568 668 678 688 779 789 799 556 566 567 577 677 777 778 788 888 889 899 999 666 667

I like the above chart better than the root sums because the root sum chart is not symmetrical.  Here are the root sums:

 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 019 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 028 029 039 022 023 024 025 026 027 037 038 048 049 059 033 034 035 036 046 047 057 058 068 069 079 044 045 055 056 066 067 077 078 088 089 099 118 119 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 127 128 129 139 122 123 124 125 126 136 137 138 148 149 159 133 134 135 145 146 147 157 158 168 169 179 144 199 155 156 166 167 177 178 188 189 226 227 228 229 239 222 223 224 225 235 236 237 238 248 249 259 233 234 244 245 246 247 257 258 268 269 279 289 299 255 256 266 267 277 278 288 334 335 336 337 338 339 349 359 333 379 344 345 346 347 348 358 368 369 388 389 399 355 356 357 367 377 378 469 479 444 445 446 366 448 449 459 478 488 489 499 455 447 457 458 468 559 569 579 589 599 456 466 467 477 568 578 588 679 689 555 556 557 558 577 668 669 688 779 699 799 566 567 667 677 678 778 788 789 889 899 666 777 888 999

There is one root sum with 1 number, 6 root sums with 25 numbers, and 3 root sums with 26 numbers.

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The above patterns for Florida and Tennessee seem to be more regularly spaced, even and easier to track the changes on, so maybe easier to predict when changes will happen also.

Is that it ?

CalifDude what about a sums chart posted here somewhere ? Got one of those ?

By the way, very good charts CalifDude.

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Another filter

The Spike/Trough Gauss Filter From Sedertree.

Here is a partial reprint of one of his old posts.

By applying a standard deviation to all the probable digits (0-9).  The digits 0,1,8 and 9 fall on the outer 40% (Trough) of the bell curve.  While the digits 2,3,4,5,6 and 7 comprise the inner 60% (Spike) of the bell curve.

This filter produces number matrices with the following probabilities:

3-Digit

SSS = 21.6%

SST = 14.4%

STS = 14.4%

TSS = 14.4%

TTS = 9.6%

TST = 9.6%

STT = 9.6%

TTT = 6.4%

For short I will called the OUT-IN Filter instead, or the S-T Filter.

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Here is how the S-T filter looks on the draws:

It is mostly for straight, but as other filters can also be used for Boxed plays

Use it in the same way as other filters.

Minnesota Daily 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 3-3-9        SST Mostly S

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 2-2-1        SST Mostly S

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 8-3-0        TST Mostly T

Sun, Apr 10, 2005 0-9-1        TTT All T

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 7-0-0            STT Mostly T

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 0-6-3            TSS Mostly S

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 5-2-3          SSS All S

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 3-4-3          SSS All S

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 9-1-4          TTS Mostly T

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 4-5-3          SSS All S

The 3 letter designations on the left are for Straight number filtering and or predictions.

And the Mostly and All on the right are for Boxed combo filtering and or predictions.

Sedertree said that from 70 to 80 % of all combos will have at least one T Pattern on their make up. The T are the 0 1 8 9 digits.

More filter stuff later as I can, little by little.

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CalifDude,

What term do you use to describe "last digit root"?  I was going to add that filter to the Lottery Post Deflate system (as well as the Full Wheels page), and I was looking for good terminology.

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Now Spaces are next:  This filter is both a straight and a box filter, depending how you use it.

Spaces are the spaces between digits and or from one digit to another.

Like 6-2 = 4 spaces, 6-8-2 = 6>8=2    6>2=4    8>2=6  substract the lowest digit from the highest one.

It's also called LENGHT or DISTANCE from one digit to another one.

It is used with pick 3 pairs and every pick 3 combos has 3 pairs, so also hast 3 spaces.

It is used mostly with from the LOWEST digit to the HIGHEST digit, to tell the lenght of the pick 3 combo like this:

Florida Cash 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Thu, Apr 14, 2005 2-2-5        3

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 9-4-8      5

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 2-8-9        7

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 8-3-5        5

Sun, Apr 10, 2005 3-9-0        9

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 0-7-5          7

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 9-2-9            7

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 1-0-8          7

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 1-4-2        3

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 1-6-4
5

West Virginia Daily 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Thu, Apr 14, 2005 4-8-4      4

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 5-0-2      3

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 2-0-5      5

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 2-3-0      3

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 4-9-0          9

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 5-6-2            4

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 1-5-6          5

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 0-1-3        3

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 7-2-2  5      3

Mon, Apr 4, 2005 5-1-3  4    3

As you can see, very often, but not always the lenght between the lowest and the highest digit changes and it's not the same from one draw to the very next draw online.

This filter is used in the same way as all the other filters from before to eliminate (filter out) and or to predict the next filter pattern(s).

Besides or instead of lowest to high, we could had done the the left pair then the right pair and last the side pairs like this:

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 5-6-2 = 1,4,3=LthPair,RthPair,SidePair. So:

Florida Cash 3 Previous Lottery Results

Draw Date  Results

Thu, Apr 14, 2005 2-2-5        0,3,3

Wed, Apr 13, 2005 9-4-8        5,4,1

Tue, Apr 12, 2005 2-8-9        6,1,7

Mon, Apr 11, 2005 8-3-5        5,2,3

Sun, Apr 10, 2005 3-9-0        6,9,3

Sat, Apr 9, 2005 0-7-5            7,2,5

Fri, Apr 8, 2005 9-2-9            7,7,0

Thu, Apr 7, 2005 1-0-8          1,8,7

Wed, Apr 6, 2005 1-4-2          3,2,1

Tue, Apr 5, 2005 1-6-4          5,2,3

As you can see the spaces repeat sometimes, but most often they don't, from one draw to the next-one.

Remember, I can make mistakes.

There will be more, I am not finished yet, but it will go much slower from now on (I have other things to do also).

The space filter can be very powerfull if used right.

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem."

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